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Last Updated: Aug 03, 2020
Based on a statement by theverge.com, it seems that Netflix could allow viewers to watch shows and movies from as slow as 0.5x all the way up to 1.5x speed very soon. While not much is known in regards to when this feature will be available to Malaysians, we do know that viewers will be required to opt-in to this feature whenever they’re watching a new series or movie so that they won’t accidentally watch at a slightly slower or faster speed.
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2020
You already heard of Netflix, now get ready for Nurflix and no, we are not making this up at all. Similarly to Netflix and iflix, Nurflix is a streaming platform for Muslims in Malaysia with Shariah Compliant Video On Demand contents. Interested viewers can actually now subscribe to Nurflix.tv and be one of the first to participate in the beta test.
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2020
When it comes to AAA games, you often see companies marketing it in various ways. With the release of Cyberpunk 2077 pushed back to 19 November 2020, CD Projekt Red (CDPR) wants to keep the hype going and has announced that Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a standalone anime series!
Last Updated: Jun 24, 2020
Netflix offers a wide range of shows to suit everyone's taste, and that's one of the reasons why the streaming platform has been standing strong until now. However, if you've stumbled upon some content that you don't really want to continue binging, it could be annoying to see the show being stuck in your "Continue Watching" list. Now, the solution might have come as Netflix is letting you remove the content that you've lost interest in after clicking in.
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Last Updated: Apr 24, 2020
So now that we know the Movement Control Order has been extended (again) to 12 May 2020, we won't be surprised if our government decides to extend it again. In case that happens, we will have time to do more things we've always wanted to do. If you're still looking for more movies or TV series to watch on Netflix, Pokémon Journeys: The Series, a Netflix Original is coming soon.
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2020
Have you ever accidentally scrolled your timeline while streaming a movie or an episode of a drama on Netflix? If you find that really annoying, Netflix might have come out with a solution to save the day. Today, it has been found that a new feature called ‘Screen Lock’ appeared on the Android version of Netflix app, which brings the ability of locking the screen while streaming content.
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2020
For those who have a family, chances are your kids are just as bored as you are during the movement control order (MCO). TV is often the easiest way to keep them out of the way, but it's important to have control over what they're watching. This is why Netflix has released an update to improve parental settings, ensuring that you have more control over what the kids get to see.
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2020
When people look back to 2020, many would remember how the world slowed to a crawl. This is true also for cloud-driven platforms, which have started to delay updates or reduce the quality of services to conserve bandwidth. YouTube did this last week when it reduced the default video quality to 480p and now Netflix is following suit.
Last Updated: Mar 20, 2020
This is a time for us to slow down our pace in life with the movement control order being implemented. While staying home, many have gotten chances to do things that never get to finish back then. However, staying home doesn’t mean that we’re cutting off our connections with the outside world. To keep that connection, the Internet is so important in preventing us from becoming ‘cavemen’. Unfortunately, it seems like the Internet is not capable of fitting so many people at one time, so YouTube and Netflix were asked to keep their streaming quality low in Europe.